I admit I have been struggling with this project, which I wrote about last week. I continued to shoot through the pain, though, because…well…what else can a photographer do? The only cure for a shooting slump is to keep shooting. I’m so glad I did, because this week I captured some of my favorite images of the year and now I have renewed confidence and energy and may have pushed myself to another level. In addition to these images, in the next couple days I’ll be publishing my contribution to September’s Into Something Better international blog circle project and those images are among my favorites since I joined the circle in May. If you are curious about what an entire freelensed session looks like, you can go to my August post and then check back here in the next couple of days for September’s post.
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So, without further ado, here are this week’s images! Thank you for visiting and for coming back. I really do appreciate your interest and support! xxoo Kate.
My son on an ancient street. There is a meringue in that sack 🙂 Freelensed. Annecy, FranceWe spent the weekend in Annecy and on the way home stopped by the bridge that I have a seen a dozen times, but never stopped at. You can see a freelensed version of both ends of the bridge on my Instagram page. Pont de la Caille, Allonzier-la-Caille, France.
When my big girl gives me just five minutes of her time, we end up with some fabulous images. St-Prex, SwitzerlandAs my daughter prepared for her football game with her team, I explored this little stream by the woods. Freelensed. Prangins, Switzerland.And several nights later I headed to the Château de Prangins to check out harvest time at the incredible kitchen garden. Freelensed. Prangins, Switzerland.My golden boy at golden hour. Etoy, Switzerland
Allllmost, but not quite straight out of camera. See what amazing light can do? Geneva, Switzerland
Kate Cuénoud is a family adventure and travel photographer and photo editor based in the Lake Geneva / Lac Leman region of Switzerland.